Conversations With Power: Ron Brownstein, Byron Dorgan, Karen Harbert, & Tom Ridge

Conversations With Power: Ron Brownstein, Byron Dorgan, Karen Harbert, & Tom Ridge

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In 2011, Byron Dorgan, Karen Harbert, and Tom Ridge debate the issues surrounding America's energy crisis at an event moderated by Ronald Brownstein.

Journalist & Sr. CNN Political Analyst

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  • Europe: $55,001 - $75,000*
  • Asia: $20,001 - $35,000*

Part journalist, part historian, and all shrewd political observer, Ronald (Ron) Brownstein explains the complexities of American politics with lucid precision. As a CNN Senior Political Analyst, Senior Editor for the Atlantic, and Contributing Editor for National Journal, he produces sharp analysis on politics, policy, the electorate, media, healthcare, energy, the press' impact on Americans, and the range of issues informed by his strong sense of American political and national history. Brownstein provides an insider’s look into politics and the media and has twice been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He is also the author of six best-selling books, and his articles on politics, public policy, and culture have appeared in myriad of major publications and on many broadcast news outlets.

Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND) is a recognized leader in energy policy, economic issues, trade policy, and taxes. He served six terms in the House and three terms in the Senate, where he was a leader for 16 years – first as assistant democratic floor leader and then as chairman of the Democratic Policy Committee. Dorgan is the best-selling author of three books, including Blowout and Take This Job and Ship It and addresses energy, politics, and the economy.

President and CEO, American Gas Association

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  • Local: $10,001 - $20,000*
  • US East: $10,001 - $20,000*
  • US West: $20,001 - $35,000*
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Karen Alderman Harbert is president and chief executive officer of the American Gas Association. Founded in 1918, AGA represents more than 200 local energy utility companies that deliver natural gas to 178 million Americans nationwide.
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